Fans across Atlanta, the U.S. – and the World – are luxuriating in a new user experience from the website to social media, email – and beyond! The website at BeltLine.org has an all-new vibe going on, including a reinvented user experience. It’s all been built with the public in mind – and we’ve improved all the channels across the web while we’re at it! now YOU choose how to engage with the Atlanta BeltLine!
There’s a pretty incredible push to use mobile devices to boost in-store sales, and we’re seeing alot of that first hand these days. Particularly with NFC being rolled out in the UK, shoppers are using their smartphones to make in-store experiences even better.
The U.S. is next! See this story by Kate Freeman.
We think this is ultra cool. Ponce City Market now has the most comprehensive look at the mega-project to date in the form of an interactive 3D website.
Well, the CNN.com homepage FINALLY got a new look in April 2013. Mostly formatting changes but with some subtle nods to broadening the channel to encompass greater TV network integration. Love it or hate it? You be the judge.
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There’s a (not so) new kid in town in the Bridal business — and it’s called Once Wed! With a completely reinvented user interface and a social media blitz, we think we know who the new leader in THIS market is…
Loaded with new bells and whistles, new brides across the nation – and the world – are LOVING IT! In particular, their completely revamped Used Wedding Dresses section.
….and lots more to come. Stay tuned.
We tend to agree that Windows 8 is INDEED a big leap forward for Microsoft, with it’s bold move to embrace touch across multiple devices. And with the “Q Score” of Apple’s Operating System beginning to dim, what does it all mean? Check out this story by John Biggs.
They’re cute, they’re different and they don’t work. While some smaller marketers that aren’t tasked with conversions are tempted to use them — and some massive companies with big budgets are trying in vain to get them to catch on! Check this story out from our friends at Forbes. Eric Savitz, Forbes Staff